Insert table that includes MATLAB object property name/property value pairs
This component inserts a table that includes MATLAB® object property name/property value pairs.
Select a preset table, which is already formatted and set up, in the preset table list in the upper-left corner of the attributes page.
Preset table: Choose a type of table:
To apply the preset table, select the table and click Apply.
Split property/value cells: Splits property name/property value pairs into separate cells. Select the Split property/value cells check box for the property name and property value to appear in adjacent cells. In this case, the table is in split mode; only one property name/property value pair per cell is allowed. If more than one name/property pair exists in a cell, only the first pair appears in the report; subsequent pairs are ignored.
Clear the Split property/value cells check box for a given property name and property value to appear together in one cell. In this case, the table is in nonsplit mode, which supports more than one property name/property value pair. It also supports text.
Before switching from nonsplit mode to split mode, make sure that you have only one property name/property value pair per table cell.
Display outer border: Displays the outer border of the table in the generated report.
Table Cells: Modifies table properties. The selection in this pane affects the available fields in the Cell Properties pane.
Available options in the Cell Properties pane depend what you select for
Table Cells. If you select
Properties, only the Contents and
Show options appear. If you select any other option, the
Lower border and Right border options
Contents: Modifies the contents of the table cell selected in the Table Cells pane.
Show as: Specifies the format for the contents of the table cell. Options include:
Property - Value
PROPERTY - Value
Alignment: Specifies how to align the contents of the selected table cell in the Table Cells field. Options include:
Lower border: Displays the lower border of the table in the generated report.
Right border: Displays the right border of the table in the generated report.
To create a custom table, edit a preset table, such as
You can add and delete rows and add properties. To open the Edit Table dialog
box, click Edit.
For details about using this dialog box to create custom property tables, see Property Table Components.